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Posted by Aaron Viviano on June 3, 2002 15:17:43 UTC

"It's OK to teach YEC as religion. But it cannot be taught as science. That is the law in this country."

What no there is no law against this infact the Supreme court has upholded the right to teach creation science Many MAany times. Besides I beleive that evolution is simply another religion. Why should my tax dollars go to support your religion? That is what it is nd no ammount of saying YOU ARE WRONG will be able to convince me other wise. Every time they claim to find something it eventually becomes a mistake or the theory "needs" correction or it was a fake. Any evidence which you can persent can easliy be turned on you and presented as creationist evidence. Try me.

-Aaron

Oh and claims that God can't be part of science, just don't make sense. If he made the universe then shouldn't he be part of science?

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